The weekend-edition of the "Süddeutsche Zeitung"(Nov.29-2014), the largest German national daily newspaper regularly contains a "Riddle-Page" with picture-puzzles, Crossword-puzzles, Sudoku's, Chess puzzles, Word-text puzzles etc.. Mysteriously lately the page contained a literary article of Alexander Menden (s.also Blog 39) entitled
"Unveiling the Riddle - a fantastic author".
The reader may ask why the article of Alexander Menden found himself on the entertaining riddle page, similar to a recent Shakespeare Authorship article in the "Travel section" of the German National "Frankfurter Allgemeine" (FAZ of Roland Gerste (s.Blog 140) -
The German literary "Feuilleton" seems to have begun to dispose the vexed issue of the Shakespeare Autorship Problems on the landfill site of their under-utilized entertaining pages. Should they use also the obituary page?